Textdrive Capistrano deployment Problem

Hi,

Ive searched everywhere in the textdrive forums and the internet but
didnt really find out what i was looking for. Basically i have used
capistrano to deploy my 1st site to textdrive. Ive got the site running
through a lighttpd port at www.mydomain:xxxx/ . I have now used the
apache aliases/redirects to forward the main domain www.mydomain.com to
www.mydomain.com:xxxx/, everything looks ok here. When i access the
page www.mydomain.com i get an error “Rails application failed to start
properly”. Having gone through extensive trouble shooting when i try to
restart the rails app manualy i get the following error message:

./script/process/reaper -a reload
Couldn’t find any process matching:
/users/home/savantis/sites/savantis/releases/20061114101101/public/dispatch.fcgi

Looking through some forums i have found that in the script/process
folder there is a reaper and a spawner file but is there supposed to be
a spinner file here too to manage the fcgi process? Ive check the
folder its referring to and there is a file called dispatch.fcgi as
expected but no running process there.

Can anyone help me please?

John B.

John B. wrote:

Hi,

Ive searched everywhere in the textdrive forums and the internet but
didnt really find out what i was looking for. Basically i have used
capistrano to deploy my 1st site to textdrive. Ive got the site running
through a lighttpd port at www.mydomain:xxxx/ . I have now used the
apache aliases/redirects to forward the main domain www.mydomain.com to
www.mydomain.com:xxxx/, everything looks ok here. When i access the
page www.mydomain.com i get an error “Rails application failed to start
properly”. Having gone through extensive trouble shooting when i try to
restart the rails app manualy i get the following error message:

./script/process/reaper -a reload
Couldn’t find any process matching:
/users/home/savantis/sites/savantis/releases/20061114101101/public/dispatch.fcgi

Looking through some forums i have found that in the script/process
folder there is a reaper and a spawner file but is there supposed to be
a spinner file here too to manage the fcgi process? Ive check the
folder its referring to and there is a file called dispatch.fcgi as
expected but no running process there.

Can anyone help me please?

John B.

This has now been fixed. It turns out the aliases/redirects were
configured incorrectly.

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